Walking some forty paces away, Sergey Ivanovitch, knowing he was out of sight, stood still behind a bushy spindle-tree in full flower with its rosy red catkins
I was standing with Rachel beside the water, amusing the laughing baby in her arms with a twig of willow laden with golden catkins
, when, greatly to my surprise, he entered the park, mounted on his costly black hunter, and crossed over the grass to meet me.
A SALE and a letting of industrial units have been announced by the owners of the Catkin
Way Industrial Estate in Bishop Auckland.
Specifically, we were interested in the following questions: (1) does the level of damage by Black Bears differ between male and female Black Cottonwood trees; (2) does the size of the Black Cottonwood tree affect the level of catkin
and seed pod harvest by Black Bears; (3) what is the potential nutrient value of male and female Black Cottonwood catkins
and of seed pods; and (4) what is the nutritional composition of Black Cottonwood catkins
and seed pods compared to some other potential plant foods that are present in the area in spring, namely male catkins
of Sitka Alder (Alnus viridis sinuata), which apparently are not eaten, and stem-bases of Northern Ground Cone (Boschniakia rossi), which are frequently eaten?
Siddiqui Forte Pakistan, Karachi Hony Finance Secretary, Naseer Ahmad, Catkin
Engineering, Islamabad Hony Media, Publication Secretary, Aamir Rehman Malick, Kaaf Engineers, Karachi Hony JS, Tahir Raza, Chapter Chairmen Islamabad, Ahmad Nawaz, A.
ONCE used to ward off evil and worn to celebrate Easter, the humble catkin
has long held a place in our imaginations.
Zach and beloved cats Scooter, Smaug, Catkin
A native of Istanbul, Turkey, Mocan lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife Madeline, his 9-year old daughter Leyla, and their cat Catkin
The apical bud in a short shoot includes primordia for leaves flushing in the following year and, in reproductive short shoots, for a female catkin
seemed to have been pulled off the pussy willow, and one hat appeared to be partly eaten.
They also develop rows of dots resembling catkin
pollen sacks on their backs.
is actually made up of loads of individual small green/yellow male flowers, which produce the pollen.